Yale Launches Three-Year, Accelerated JD-MBA Program

New dual program designed primarily for business law students

The Yale School of Management (SOM) and Yale Law School have announced a new Accelerated Integrated JD-MBA program that will enable students to earn both degrees in three years (without summer classes).

According to the university, the new course is "designed primarily for students interested in business law, but will be useful in a variety of settings involving business and management."

Students can apply to enter the program during their first year of law school. Once accepted, the second year will be spent at SOM, with the third year spent at the law school.

For more information, please visit the Yale SOM website.

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